Designer Matthew Robinson came up with an interesting idea for his final project at the Leeds College of Art in England. Fusion Tables are his way of combining aesthetics and functionality into a furniture duo that ranks high in terms of originality. The use of two colors gives life to the design and one of the legs of each table appears to be “dripping off”, creating an interesting visual effect .
According to the designer, the solid wood tables were manufactured by hand in American Walnut and Maple. Their almost cartoon-like appearance brings a sense of fun into an everyday piece of furniture. We appreciate the originality behind this design (discovered on Beautiful Life), as well as its practicability. Easy to integrate in a large variety of modern interiors, the Fusion Tables seem to inspire an artistic vibe, meant to enhance the feel of a room. Find them as interesting as we do?
Handmade, elegant and solid, the Dixon Modular Storage Unit from Dare Studio is a beautiful example of well-made British design. Designed by Patrick Frey for Richard Lampert, the sleek, modest and rather demure Stak Trolley system is suited to home and office environments. German-Based Richard Lampert follows the motto: ‘as little as possible, as much as necessary’.
The examples of modular shelving systems in this article are carefully chosen with a focus on their utility, aesthetic and universality. Individuals purchasing any of these shelving options are likely to have made a conscientious and considered decision, assessing the possibilities for placement and their necessity. This writer postulates that the shelving systems featured below are designed with the intelligent user in mind. Such people typically value good design and think about its quality, usefulness, longevity, clarity and detail.